Early weather forecast for Patriots-Bills doesn't look so great

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The Off Day, Ep. 198: Looking ahead to Monday night vs. Bills
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Playing in Buffalo in December, especially at night, great weather isn't expected.

And that will be the case when the Patriots take on the Bills Monday night in Buffalo in what is a huge game when it comes to the AFC East standings.

While the game is still three days away, the early forecast calls for wind and cold temperatures. Weather.com currently calls for morning rain then windy with a mix of rain and snow showers in the afternoon. Temperatures will start around 50 degrees, but then fall back to around 35 degrees as the day progresses.

As for at night (kickoff is 8:20 p.m.), it's expected to be cloudy and windy early and becoming partly cloudy late with a temperature of 26 degrees and winds from the west at 20-30 mph. Accuweather has a wind chill predicted of 11 degrees.

Coming from Alabama and growing up in Jacksonville, Florida this likely will be Mac Jones coldest game of his career, which is certainly something to watch.

And if it does snow, that could be good news for Bill Belichick and the Patriots as the official team website says Belichick is 12-0 in "snow" games with New England.

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